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Apart from the scent, flavor and golden-hued goodness we associate with honey, it creates a buzz for all kinds of different reasons.
The skin on your hands is actually very delicate and thin and has few oil glands which leads to dryness.
Sandalwood is a small, fragrant tree that is native to many parts of the world, including India, Hawaii and Australia.
We use chamomile blue oil extensively across all our product ranges for it’s gentle, soothing nature.
Safflower oil is, as the name suggests, taken from the seeds of the safflower plant (a brother of the sunflower).
Named after the spear-like shape of its leaves, Spearmint has been a hero for centuries!
The LUSH inventors have been incredibly inspired by nature recently; the forest, sea, sky, and even the earth.
We don’t bother spending money on having the best quality packaging – we’d rather spend the money on the best quality ingredients instead.
On average a person goes through about 3.5 bottles of liquid soap to wash their hands in a year.
We use scoops of sweet ground almonds in many of our skincare products because they create such a wonderful, gentle exfoliation.
Eggs offer the perfect food for hungry hair and skin, and are an important ingredient to products we can’t imagine living without.
What could be kinder?
We use rose oil, fresh rose petals, rose petal infusions, rose buds and rose absolute in a range of our products. We are one of the main buyers of rose absolute in the world!
The multitude of foundation colors on the market can make choosing yours, well, impossible! Abandon your Goldilocks quest and try our mineral-free Color Supplements.
We’ve all been there; that awkward moment when the massage oil slips out of your hands, spilling all over the bed sheets. Messes don’t help with relaxation! Forget the bottle and grab one of our Therapy massage bars.
Cinnamon and clove smell fantastic and are definitely seasonal, so we love to use them in our Christmas products for their warming properties. We buy our cinnamon leaf oil from Sri Lanka, where it is commonly used to fight feelings of depression, weakness and exhaustion.